Cheating is an act of using deceiving tactics for your own gain. There are many forms of cheatings. But in all cheating is being dishonest, giving wrong information for a personal gain. A person who gives wrong information about him/herself or about something is known as a cheater or a liar. Using deceiving tactics whether for your own gain or for someone else is cheating. Whether you cheat once or you often cheat you qualify being called a liar. Cheating makes the victim feel betrayed and taken for granted. No one likes to be cheated, we all love the truth but unfortunately, there are people who are prone to cheating, never do they give the right information.
Data innovation and data analytics provide an unprecedented prospect for expanding the sources of evidence that may inform policy-making. In the last five years, it has changed the research and policy landscape. New innovations in the use of information and evidence can help service providers achieve measurably greater outcomes. As an example, new technologies enable us to collect large quantities passive data, including data collected by men and women utilizing mobile phones or digitalized community radio.